WHO: Andrew Harwood, visual artist and gallery director at Zsa Zsa (962 Queen West, 416-520-5545), general manager of C Magazine and president of the board of directors at A Space
WHEN: Sunday, 2 pm
WHERE: Zsa Zsa
CLOTHING: I got my hair at Malabar (14 McCaul, 416-598-2581) for $45. Makeup artist David Hawe paints me pretty. He works out of his house and does a lot of makeup for photography. Earrings? There's no point in wearing any because you can't see them under my giant do. The little black dress I'm wearing is one of my own couture creations - it was inspired by my next-door neighbour, Jose Beaudry. My chrome 'Tease' belt was a gift from a friend. This PVC-and-rhinestone gauntlet was given to me by a friend who got it at Northbound Leather (586 Yonge, 416-972-1037). My fishnets were $8 at Malabar - they come in big-girl sizes, which is nice. I got these sexy little mules for about $25 at Payless Shoe Source (673 Yonge, 416-920-8377, and others) before that conservative Star Jones started doing their ads. Again, my brassiere was a gift from a friend. I probably got my undies at some giant chain store that doesn't need any free advertising."
HAIR: David Hawe sprays my hair into this impressive platinum cascade."
MY STYLE: Whatever Happened To Baby Jane meets Japanese anime via Quebec new wave."
INTO: Going to gallery openings, cycling, partying and movies... and, yes, I'm single. You can see some of my work at the summer group show at Paul Petro (980 Queen West, 416-979-7874)."